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Labour Inspectorate's visit to farms over dairy farming wages is a welcome initiative that provides an opportunity to see where farmers can improve.
Residents in a Taranaki community have aired their concerns over a rotting pit of buttermilk.
Last year, Xibin Chen took more than $140m or 30,000 tonnes of New Zealand meat to China.
A trifecta that would make the heart race for any punter looms in the unlikely arena of a ram auction.
Fire authorities want farmers to think of their neighbours before they set the first match to 20,000 hectares of crop stubble in Mid-Canterbury next year.
Falling stock numbers have brought to a halt plans for an abattoir on Chatham Island.
Taranaki organisations are pitching to teachers and students the opportunities available for a career in agriculture.